Department: African Studies Program
Academic Year: 2024
Teaching-related work will involve assisting with the AFR 215 “Introduction to African Studies” course and course instructor, Dr. Mokaya Bosire with preparing class materials, holding office hours, and grading.
- Admission to a UO graduate program
- Substantial background in African Studies or cognate disciplines
- Record of academic excellence and/or important experience in African Studies
- Cross-cultural sensitivity
- Excellent written and oral communicaion skills
- Ability to work under supervision and independently, especially as evidenced by success in independent research or work projects
- Expertise with major software packages (esp. MS Office suite) and CANVAS strongly preferred
Salary is determined by the GTFF bargaining contract, which mandates salary ranges based on academic level. The fellowship includes a tuition waiver.
Applicants should submit:
• cover letter
• unofficial transcripts
• list of references with contact information.
To ensure full consideration, please submit your application materials in pdf format, as e-mail attachment(s), to email@example.com by October 20, 2023. Position will remain open until filled. Graduate Students are eligible to apply if the student held a GE appointment (including IPSA GE) at any time during the 22-23 academic year.
Minorities and Women are encouraged to apply.
The University of Oregon is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the American with Disabilities Act.
Deadline Date: Rolling
Open Until Filled:
Open Until Filled, Review Begins On:
114 Friendly Hall1161 E 13th Ave
Eugene, OR 97403